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Food and beverages


Aroma profiling of foods and beverages is vital because it allows manufacturers to identify the volatile components that provide their products with desirable (or undesirable) characters, enabling product quality to be maintained or improved. In this Applications Guide, we describe how access to a range of sampling options, coupled with 1D or 2D gas chromatography (GC) and time-of-flight mass spectrometry (TOF MS), can help provide valuable insights into everything from red wine to fresh-cut fruit.

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